USPS Announces Potential Breach in Maintenance Exam 955 Materials

Recently, the Postal Service informed APWU of a potential breach in testing materials related to Maintenance Selection System Exam 955, stating the following:

As a precautionary measure, a temporary hold on Exam 955 test scheduling has been issued until a full investigation has been completed. Individuals currently in process to complete testing will be rescheduled for a later date.

According to a follow-up conversation at the headquarters level between the National Maintenance Craft Division and Postal Service, the hold is expected to last until March 1, 2020.

“This is important for members who were recently tested, are scheduled to be tested, or are in the process of updating their test results about this new development,” said Maintenance Craft Director Idowu Balogun.

Each local must decide based on Individual situation when to enter into the grievance process.

The Maintenance Craft is currently scheduled to meet with the Postal Service, and will keep the membership updated accordingly.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact your Local Officers or your Maintenance National Business Agent.

Click here to view the original notification.

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Well they have dummfied the test so much, it don’t matter. When I took the test on the outside, many years ago, you had to have some extensive maintenance background with some furthered education.